Patients at Šeškinė Polyclinic should first contact their family medical practitioner or paediatrician to discuss any health problems, or request tests or prescription of compensated medicine. You can make an appointment by calling tel. 8 5 250 2000 or book online at www.poliklinika.lt. If the patient does not speak Lithuanian, in order to ensure the quality of the consultation, the patient may be asked to bring an interpreter.
After the medical assessment and examination of the patient, the family medical practitioner or paediatrician will initiate an appropriate treatment and may also refer them to a specialist physician if necessary.
You can also book appointments with any of the following specialists, when referred by your medical practitioner:
Specialist physicians (cardiologists, urologists, traumatologists, oculists, otolaryngologists, neurologists, endocrinologists, etc.) provide referral services to patients funded by the Compulsory Health Insurance Fund. Those without a referral will have to pay for these services.
A child under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult who is legally responsible for the child, such as a parent, a guardian or their authorised representative.
In case of an acute illness or exacerbation of chronic disease, you should visit the Polyclinic. If your regular family practitioner is not available, you will receive medical assistance from the doctor on duty.